Executive Appointments at Air France - KLM

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The Air France-KLM Group has made the following executive appointments:

- Pierre Descazeaux, Senior Vice President for Africa & Middle East, Air France KLM
- Alain Malka, Senior Vice President Caribbean & Indian Ocean, Air France KLM
- Antoine Pussiau, Senior Vice President Europe & North Africa, Air France KLM

Born in 1954, Pierre Descazeaux graduated from the HEC School of Management.  He started his career with Air France in 1979 in charge of medium-haul operations in the Commercial division. In 2002, he was made Senior Vice President Caribbean, Guiana and Indian Ocean for Air France. In 2007, he was first appointed Senior Vice President for Europe and North Africa for Air France and then for Air France KLM.

Alain Malka was born in 1961 and is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Suprieure de lAronautique et de lEspace (SUPAERO). He began his career with Air France in 1985 in the Transport Division. He was named Flight Crew Human Resources Manager in November 2000. In 2004, he became Vice President Human Resources for Air France.

Antoine Pussiau was born in 1956 and is a graduate of Ecole Centrale and the Institut dAdministration des Entreprises in Paris. He began his career at Air France in 1981 in the Maintenance Division. In 2002, he was made Vice President Sales for Africa and the Middle East. He was appointed Senior Vice President, Caribbean & Indian Ocean, Air France KLM in 2007.

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